Brian Joseph

Capitol Correspondent, Orange County Register

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Capitol Correspondent for the Orange County Register

Brian Joseph on KCRW

With hundreds of bills to be voted on, the last week of the legislative session means chaos in Sacramento, and with hundreds of lobbyists on the scene, it's also the best time for…

Politicians Waiting to Cash in on Special Interest Pledges

With hundreds of bills to be voted on, the last week of the legislative session means chaos in Sacramento, and with hundreds of lobbyists on the scene, it's also the best time for…

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A lot of Democrats who had reservations held their noses today as the State Senate passed Mayor Villaraigosa's proposal for  partial takeover of LA schools .

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A lot of Democrats who had reservations held their noses today as the State Senate passed Mayor Villaraigosa's proposal for partial takeover of LA schools .

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